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Various Artists - Pandora's Wooden Bucket - International Experimental Electronic Music Compilation [zero134a]


Published February 26, 1989
Topics Experimental


Pandora's Wooden Bucket was originally released as a 2xc90 set in 1989 on Watergate Tapes. On each side were two groups from a particular country exploring a particular theme.
Netherlands - Death: Death Pact, Odal

France - Sex: Vox Populi!, No Unauthorized

Italy - Revolution: F.A.R., Lyke Wake

Germany - Sleep: Cinema Verite, Die Rache


Source www.zeromoon.com
Run time 3 hours

Reviews

Reviewer: conflictin' motions - - September 29, 2007
Subject: No Unauthorized
men, we really do need more No Unauthorized tracks, yeah!
3 points for the whole release, my ear told me.
some other parts of mine usually gives 5 for such a type of whatever. "some historical value", you know. so it is 4, thnx.
Reviewer: Alastis - - February 24, 2005
Subject: Disagree - have some historical value
Like it - but not all tracks, just because some of them do sound outdated. Maybe its because i'm not new to experimental/noise music. Yes, some of those are pointless, but there are some interesting pieces in here. Besides, some of those bands never appeared on CD and never became well-known (not neccesarily due to the fact that they were considered bad), although all of them released quite a lot of material. 4 stars - minus maybe 2 or 3 tracks.
Reviewer: Acidhive - - February 24, 2005
Subject: Hmmm
Well, what to say? I'm fairly new into all this droning/experimental electronic music. I tried this compilation, but it wasn't my taste at all, except for one song on it: Die Rache - Dream Reader. That one is good. It's long, it drones... it pulses... and it goes on and on relentless. (Did I mention it was good?) ;) Anyway, the rest of this compilation was not up to my taste at all, Odal for example just makes some harsh electronic noises with no depth in them at all. Come on, recording static noise and all that shit is one thing, but do try to shape it please. There were some fluffy like ambient pieces on this as well, but they didn't sound special to me. And as for the rest of the tunes? Well... just some random sounds and no depth. At least, to me. Save for one track.. hehehe. That brings my review up to two stars, cuz there are bound to be some people that will like more tracks on this.
Reviewer: Acidhive - - February 24, 2005
Subject: Hmmm
Well, what to say? I'm fairly new into all this droning/experimental electronic music. I tried this compilation, but it wasn't my taste at all, except for one song on it: Die Rache - Dream Reader. That one is good. It's long, it drones... it pulses... and it goes on and on relentless. (Did I mention it was good?) ;) Anyway, the rest of this compilation was not up to my taste at all, Odal for example just makes some harsh electronic noises with no depth in them at all. Come on, recording static noise and all that shit is one thing, but do try to shape it please. There were some fluffy like ambient pieces on this as well, but they didn't sound special to me. And as for the rest of the tunes? Well... just some random sounds and no depth. At least, to me. Save for one track.. hehehe. That brings my review up to two stars, cuz there are bound to be some people that will like more tracks on this.
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